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Subject SCOTLAND Spikes in newborn baby deaths breached warning limits
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Original Message A spike in deaths among newborn babies in Scotland is “extremely unlikely” to be the result of random fluctuation alone, an expert has warned.

The number of infants dying within four weeks of their birth has risen above the alert threshold twice within six months prompting an investigation.
During March this year there were 18 deaths and last September there were 21 deaths – the highest toll since the current recording system began in 2017.

Dr Sarah Stock, an expert in maternal and foetal medicine at Edinburgh University, said: “This has gone above the warning limits so it is extremely unlikely that these are random variations. That is why the control limits are set quite high. We have been over those control limits twice in [the last year?]

‘Sounds like the 'safety testing' for AZ in pregnant women* was as sketchy as for Pfizer's (as we know from the latest Pfizer data dump).

This will/should throw up questions like what do we know about...

vaccine platform tissue distribution?
toxicity, persistence & distribution of vaccine spike proteins?
reverse transcription &/ genome incorporation of spike RNA?
Which, it'll probably turn out were:

(partially) answered during animal experiments
the wrong answers and
therefore hushed up with the complicity of 'regulators'’

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